Dar Al Uloom University, Saudi Arabia
Title: Assessment of knowledge and attitude of evidence based medicine in medical doctors’ at tertiary hospitals in Khartoum, Sudan 2018
Biography: Abubaker Elsiddig Talha Mohamed
EBM is of increasing importance and worldwide usage now-a-days for better medical practice with updated doctors, data and practice guidelines supported by evidence. This is a non-interventional descriptive study conducted at tertiary hospitals medical doctors. The aim was to assess knowledge and attitude about evidence based medicine among doctors. To determine commonest barriers facing their practices to be Evidence Based Medicine (EBM) practice. Data was collected with self-administered questionnaires which include general practice information, knowledge of EBM, attitude and barriers, also how to implement EBM in their practice. The study reported that the majority of doctors 55% know EBM, many barriers facing them from learning and implementing EBM in their practice especially lack of time and lack of knowledge about a reliable source for evidence. Promoting Evidence based medicine in Sudan by teaching EBM in the medical curriculum and improving access to summarized reliable evidence.